Travel in the footsteps of Wales' most iconic literary artists, Dylan Thomas. Starting in the quaint village of Laugharne, Carmarthenshire, explore the setting which inspired the poet's most famous piece, "Under the Milkwood". Take a tour of Dylan's charming Boathouse, whilst enjoying the spectacular views of the Taf estuary, a sight not to be missed! Immerse yourself in the mind of a legend on the Dylan Thomas Birthday Walk, a hike inspired by Dylan's "Poem in October". Later, have a drink, or even stay the night at Dylan's favorite pub, Browns Hotel, a place where once stories and gossip fueled the writer's imagination. See for yourself the magic of the sleepy village of Laugharne, a place that Dylan himself once called "the strangest town in Wales".
Travel onwards to Swansea, the birth place of Dylan Thomas. The city itself is scattered with the poet's local haunts, from his first home at 5 Cwmdonkin Drive to the pubs and taverns that became creative hot-spots for Dylan and many of his contemporaries. Be sure to travel outside the city and its various homages to see the glorious Gower Peninsula. Visit the stunningly beautiful Rhossili Bay, a place that Dylan himself visited as a boy and adult, inspiring the poem "Extraordinary Little Cough".
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Don't forget to contact Dylan's biggest fan, Annie Haden for an option of a private guided tour!
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